Kung Fu Tea Review

Isabelle Hernandez, MVC writer and photographer

Boba has been gaining a lot of popularity in the past years, but most people struggle with finding good places to buy boba. My favorite and most frequented boba shop is Kung Fu Tea. 

I personally enjoy Kung Fu Tea as they have lactose-free milk tea options and I am lactose-free. They also have canned drinks, classic teas, punch, milk tea, slush drinks, yogurt drinks, milk cap drinks and coffee drinks, plus Kung Fu collaborated with Minions to make merchandise that they sell. As for toppings they have bubbles, jellies, popping bubbles, oreo crumbles, and more that can be added to any drink. Sugar level and ice level are also customizable.

Kung Fu Tea has okay pricing. Medium drinks cost between $4-5 and large cups are $0.50-1 more. Many drinks pop up as new and limited editions and there are many customizable options for drinks. There is also an app to order ahead of time and earn rewards. I have not yet had a drink from Kung Fu Tea that I did not enjoy. 

Do not just take my word for it; the national Food Network agrees, stating, “Kung Fu Milk Tea will always have my heart.”

The cafe in Fishers, IN is closest to me located at 8395 116th Street, Suite 121, Fishers, IN, 46038. Kung Fu Tea has six locations in Indiana at the moment. Those being in Fishers, Zionsville, Greenwood, Plainfield, West Lafayette, and Fort Wayne. There is also a shop coming soon in Bloomington. Specific addresses for each store are on the Kung Fu Tea website

I ordered a medium Honey Oolong Milk Tea with brown sugar boba.
The interior is decorated with the company colors black, red, and white.
This wall is an ode to the company’s start in New York City.
There are three TV screens with the menu and a bookshelf with games that customers are welcome to use.